Elizabeth House Hotel London Reviews page 6Based on 92 Hotel Reviews
Elizabeth House was a good for the price and had a perfect location. Bathroom only for very small people (perfect for hobbits). Too warm in the room.
A little bit worn old house, but nice and helpful staff. Easy to find and short walk from Victoria Station.
If I could rate zero I would. This hotel was dreadful. Rooms were supposed to be en suite, but instead I was given a packed room with a separate toilet and shower that was around the corner of the corridor. Lock on door didn't work properly and door didn't open fully because the bed was too big for the room. Didn't have a bedside table, so TV had been slapped on a chair. Rooms were very noisy. Location was at least 20-30 minutes walk from Victoria Station; not "a couple of minutes." Breakfast was served up by two Russian ladies which was pointless as guests were allowed to help themselves to drinks and food anytime in the day. So why couldn't we do it for breakfast too? Stay somewhere else!
This is a basic guest house which is conveniently located and cheap. It could be better just by improving the breakfast room, and they should mention the "private" toilet you pay extra is actually not in your room but in the corridor and opened to anyone who would dare. Apart from this, room reasonably clean and silent. Good for savings.
Elizabeth House is located quite perfectly if you come to London by Airport bus to Victoria Coach Station. You have supermarkets in the area, Victoria Tube and Bus station is just a short walk away. The area is quiet and safe at night. The B&B fits travellers who do not expect a huge breakfast buffet, but small and nice rooms and very helpful staff at the desk. We definitely enjoyed our stay.
After the reviews I read online I was kind of suspicious about this hotel. But I'm glad it didn't stop me, I really enjoyed my stay at the Elizabeth House. The rooms are fine, the sink was old, but clean, the window couldn't close entirely, but even I (who can't sleep well anywhere) slept through the noise. Even sharing the showers and toilets wasn't as bad as I thought. Breakfast is simple, but enough. And then of course the staff, they're very friendly, and absolutely will try to make your stay more enjoyable. If you don't want to spend too much money, but you do want to be close to all the mayor things to do in London, this is your place to be.
Does exactly what it says on the tin, cheap, clean rooms, nice staff. I would be happy to stay here again.
We stayed in a 4 persons room, but it had 5 bed. The room was in a basement, with a very poor bathroom. The room was dirty but the sheets and towel were clean. The hotel as central heating only from 22h00 until 08h00 in the morning. Lucky us that the weather was fine, but we had to ask for more blankets. The hotel staff has fine, nothing fancy, just doing their job. The only reason its a five was because the price was low, less than 30 pounds per night, and to be honest we just needed the hotel to sleep over since most of the time we were out
Always stay around the Victoria area when visiting London, and the hotel is close to all transport links and shops etc, and it is situated in a nice area. Friendly staff, and the single room I stayed in was fine and had a tv. Will book again if on travelstay. Jonathan, Merseyside
This is a very basic hotel in a brilliant location in central London. The cost of a room for one night was reasonable. The staff are friendly and attentive. This hotel would suit those looking only for somewhere to rest their head without expecting any luxury. I would note that keys must be left with reception and cannot be taken out of the hotel, however reception is manned 24/7. I would stay again.